The Un-archivable and the Sound of Forgetting

The Un-archivable and the Sound of Forgetting

The Un-archivable and the Sound of Forgetting by Mórna O’Connor, Annette Markham, and Gabriel Pereira 21st of May (This blogpost is part of a series of that will be posted in the six days leading up to the Museum of Random Memory: The Sound of Forgetting,...
The Sound of Forgetting: the setup

The Sound of Forgetting: the setup

The Sound of Forgetting: the setup May 17th 2018 (This blogpost is part of a series of that will be posted in the six days leading up to the Museum of Random Memory: The Sound of Forgetting, happening in Cardiff/UK and Cork/Ireland. See all blogposts in the series.)...
The Sound of Forgetting: an introduction to our process

The Sound of Forgetting: an introduction to our process

The Sound of Forgetting: an introduction to our process by Gabriel Pereira and Mórna O’Connor May 16th 2018 (This blogpost is part of a series of that will be posted in the six days leading up to the Museum of Random Memory: The Sound of Forgetting, happening in...
MoRM contributes to strong data literacy

MoRM contributes to strong data literacy

MoRM contributes to strong data literacy Overview and update report on the project January, 2018 This white paper details how the Museum of Random Memory (MoRM) performs data literacy. While still a playful public intervention that takes many different formats...
Imaging Future Making and MoRM

Imaging Future Making and MoRM

Imaging Future Making June 19, 2017 Annette Markham   The Museum of Random memory is one of many projects within the Future Making Research Consortium. It has its own site / presence / identity, but here, I highlight it as a piece of a larger emerging effort. MoRM is...